Friday, 22 March 2013

The Big Fat Indian Wedding

The matrimonial season has just passed by, and I have been a keen observer. Marriage ceremonies are a naturally creepy place, especially if you’re on neither side. Neither the bride, nor the groom. You’re just an unfamiliar acquaintance of one of the two bankrupt families. You’re there possibly for having been a neighbour who has been forbearing with loud tv noises, the incessant parties, the unnerving noise of deranged children, etc. Or maybe you’re someone who is important to the family. Financially, that is. Such a jargon includes the boss and similar contortions. A  free dinner is just a way to payback. And the Indian family loves such reimbursements. So I am the third party here.  The  I-went-only-for-food party. And this is a first person account of such an experience.

Monday, 18 March 2013

The three phases of a relationship

            "Analysis of a relationship"

A relationship is a complex concept in itself! It comprises of many elements. Sometimes, you get into a relationship after a chain of events. And sometimes, you just instantaneously plunge into a relationship. A Relationship never comes alone; it brings with itself, responsibilities, time wastage and yes financial loss of course.

Saturday, 16 March 2013

I am not a Hindu, my religion is Humanity

A small kid (Rana) when started growing up, he saw a couple of strange things around him which made him curious as a child but later understood the reason behind such acts - Starting from the Demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992 which was a disaster in Indian democracy to the Hindu-Muslim riot of Gujarat in 2002 which was not only shocking but a national shame.

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